About 4 billion years ago, our earliest ancestors, a microscopic ball of mud, invented the technique of aerial photosynthesis. The ability to breathe in different ways helped them adapt to different environments. Through our breathing, we are intimately connected to our environment. When we breathe, there is no nature outside of us. Everything is radically shared, with fellow humans, animals, plants and more-than-humans.
In this research, we connect to an aquatic future and practice breathing underwater. Can we imagine ourselves as residents*in the many places in the world that are underwater due to rising sea levels?